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Five Best Spa Treatments For The Winter

Winter weather can be tough on the body. Here are five great winter spa treatments to soothe and fight back against...

Five Best Spa Treatments For The Winter

Winter weather can be tough on the body. Here are five great winter spa treatments to soothe and fight back against the ravages of cold, wind, rain and snow.

 

Classic soak

The word “spa” has been synonymous with medicinal bathing since Roman times and the practice stretches even further back to Ancient Greece. There’s nothing like a soak in a traditional hot mineral bath to relax your muscles and warm you to the bone.

 

 

Sauna

Another classic winter treatment, saunas were developed in Finland where winters can be particularly harsh. Besides clearing out the pores and warming up, saunas are also used to treat pain, depression, fatigue, respiratory problems and a host of other ailments. If you have heart problems or diabetes, check with your doctor to see if sauna treatments are OK. Be sure to stay hydrated and replace electrolytes lost through a sauna sweat.

 

Moisturizing facial

Winter weather and indoor heating can seriously dry out your skin. Moisturizing facials typically begin with an exfoliating scrub followed by a half hour of deep moisture treatment, to leave your skin hydrated and refreshed.

 

 

Hot stone massage

One of the more gentle massage treatments, hot stone therapy is a great winter treat. The spa therapist places several warm, smooth, flat stones on your back, periodically moving them to different places on your spine and muscles so that your body can absorb the heat. The stones are then used to massage the muscles of your back, followed by your feet and palms.

 

Moisturizing body wrap

Body wraps are great for rejuvenating your body and hydrating your skin. Pumpkin and chocolate (with cocoa butter) wraps are especially recommended because of those ingredients’ moisturizing properties.

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